Watch: Official US Trailer for 'Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale'
I know it's barely Halloween, and we're still a ways from Christmas, but it's still the perfect time to debut a new trailer for Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale, a crazy Finnish "Santa Claus" horror film which can't be described. Oscilliscope, who is releasing the US, debut the new high def trailer on Apple. Rare Exports is set in Finland and is about some locals who find a crazy Santa Claus-lookin' dirty guy, dug up from the ice of a huge mountain, running around. I had the chance to see this in Toronto, and it's a beautifully shot movie, but I had some problems with the story that I can't explain for spoiler reasons, but many others still loved it.
Watch the official US trailer for Jalmari Helander's Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale from YouTube:
You can also watch the Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale trailer in High Definition on Apple
A movie for those who think they don't believe in Santa Claus anymore… In the depths of the Korvatunturi mountains, 486M deep, lies the closest ever guarded secret of Christmas… The time has come to dig it up!
Rare Exports is written and directed by Finnish filmmaker Jalmari Helander, who actually adapted his own award winning short films into this full-length feature. It was shot on an estimated budget of €2 million late last year. This premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and Fantastic Fest and was picked up by Oscilloscope Pictures for its US release. Rare Exports arrives in New York on December 3rd and hits LA on the 10th.
travis on Oct 27, 2010
The previous trailer made this much more interesting. Now it's just a cheese-ball. Hopefully the actual movie can make a dent in our puerile visions of Santa. Can he, and those who seek him, be complex characters? Maybe. I'm also of the opinion that total surprise can't make a bad film good, or that spoilers will make a good film bad. There are very few times I think spoilers matter. So Alex, "spoil" it. Please.
prestron on Oct 27, 2010
Is this a joke? Come on... really?
kLO on Oct 27, 2010
So weird. I'm into it.
Mark on Oct 27, 2010
WHATS NEXT, THE EASTER BUNNY?
Whocares on Oct 27, 2010
@Whocares.......um........WHY ID YOU JUST JINX US LIKE THAT!?!?!?!?!
Jericho on Oct 27, 2010
LOL @ "and he doesn`t give a F.....KABOOOOOMMMM!!!"
Leo on Oct 27, 2010
Matt Reeves is going to make a remake about this by 2012
Tõnu on Oct 28, 2010
alex, that looks ridicuous and cheesy. i'll agree that it looks well shot - but that won't save this.
beavis on Oct 28, 2010
Saw this last month in a special screening. Its pretty funny and entertaining, the dialogue is really funny (but im not sure if it will be as funny for the English speaking people wwith subtitles). The story was kinda interesting! Its very weird, but they do make sense of it in my opinion in the movie! Its meant to be just an entertaining movie for the holiday season for the 16-30yr old crowd. Love to see movies like this coming from Finland.
coswell on Oct 28, 2010
Eric B. on Oct 28, 2010
"Time to get jolly on your naughty asses!"
Russell on Oct 28, 2010
leinergroove on Oct 28, 2010
#8, Chloe Moretz is already set to star as the little boy. And Santa Claus. Because why the fuck not, eh?
Cracky on Oct 28, 2010
this as much as i hate to say it is a shitty americanized trailer, are you effin kidding me it made this movie look like a joke, i have see the short films and the finnish trailer for this movie and they make this movie look very very creepy, this new trailer however is complete shit.
dylan on Oct 28, 2010
This trailer is soo cheesy, the Finnish trailer you showed a while back was perfect. This trailer isn't as epic.
True Story on Oct 28, 2010
It's a new story. I'll check on DVD Alex, again, check the THE DEBT on Apple. Really everybody, THE DEBT it's A movie. Helen Mirren, Sam Worthington, Jessica Chastain, Jesper Christensen, Marton Csokas, Ciaran Hinds, Tom Wilkinson. It can't be bad.
D. on Oct 28, 2010
Mr. Timppeli on Oct 30, 2010
I just love the scene of Part 2 on the short films, where the santa jumps out of the box after cursing. Perkele!!!
Lair on Nov 2, 2010
love it...fits right in with this sick f*&^ing world today...
rahjneesh on Nov 2, 2010
Finally you too can see what the real Santa was like before Coca Cola ruined it. Enjoy 🙂
Pekka on Dec 7, 2010
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